Vol. 44 Nbr. 1, January 2007
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- A picture's worth a thousand words: conversational versus eyewitness testimony in criminal convictions.
- Corporations cry uncle and their employees cry foul: rethinking prosecutorial pressure on corporate defendants.
- Crime and (with a lag) punishment: the implications of discounting for equitable sentencing.
- Satisfy the demands of justice: embrace electronic recording of custodial investigative interviews through legislation, agency policy, or court mandate.
- Children as adults: the transfer of juveniles to adult courts and the potential impact of Roper v. Simmons.